Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide kills and prevents more than 80 types of plant diseases. It can be used on flowers, vegetables, fruit, and shade trees, and shrubs to control problems such as leaf spots, blights, rust, mildew, and fruit rot, and many others. The convenient squeeze-and-measure bottle is easy to use - no mess or measuring cups. Makes up to 64 gallons of diluted spray. For best results, use with a hose-end sprayer. Garden Tech Daconil Fungicide is for outdoor, residential use only, and care should kept away from children, pets, and especially marine life.
Readily mixes with water and can be used in a hand-held, hose-end or tank-type sprayer. Shake well before using. Fine spray required for proper coverage; use a hose-end sprayer for best results.
* Do Not use on home lawns and turf sites associated with apartment buildings, daycare centers, playgrounds, playfields, recreational park athletic fields, athletic fields located on or next to schools (i.e., elementary, middle and high schools), campgrounds, churches and theme parks
* See label for complete application instructions
I have used the product on my rose bushes to control black spot. We are now in the middle of the month of May and I have no black spot on my roses. I spray them every one and a half to two weeks from a tank sprayer with the addition of malathion to control insects.
Just picked up some of the ready to use spray for use on tomatoes. The bottle had settings for "stream" & "spray" but both settings just produced a stream which made getting good coverage on my tomato plants almost impossible and the amount of waste was excessive. I ended up having to transfer into a separate spray bottle I had that has an adjustable nozzle but even with it set to the tightest setting it was difficult to produce a spray. Had to squeeze the trigger very hard to produce a spray. No way to produce a spray with the original bottle it came in. The product is simply too thick to actually spray it on plants effectively. I will have to stick to another product that is thinner in texture and can produce a fine spray to get thorough coverage of plants.
I don't even know if the product works yet or not, but even if it does I wouldn't buy it again because of the application issues.
I just tried this concentrate product for the first time immediately after noticing the brown blight on my green tomatoes. I will post more on the progress of this product. All the reviews I have read are good and with 50 years experience from this company, I expect it to work
below in one gallon of water to cover 200 sq ft(10’ x 20’). Thoroughly spray to cover all plant
surfaces. Avoid spraying plants during extremely hot and sunny weather. Star spraying when conditions show signs of disease. Apply every 7-10 days to maintain. You can access the label here and print for you records.